A Comparison of Cinematic Scoring Packages for Orchestral Sketching and Mock-ups (Kram, Richard)

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Performances

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"Epic" (Stereotyped) Scoring Test Performances

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Performers Notion
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Misc. Notes .MP3 versions of the Epic Scoring Test (Scores are on the Scores page). For the Notational packages MusicXML was exported from Notion and imported into Finale & Sibelius and then modified in the respective programs for better dynamics - and normalized the output to be close to each other in level. But kept the general notated dynamics similar so you can hear how each package sounds at similar dynamic levels. (Finale had issues correctly playing the imported Bass Clarinet so that is muted in the Finale version for now).
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A Comparison of Cinematic Scoring Packages for Orchestral Sketching and Mock-ups

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Misc. Notes Companion Monograph accompanying the comparisons
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"Epic" (Stereotyped) Scoring Test

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General Information

Work Title A Comparison of Cinematic Scoring Packages for Orchestral Sketching and Mock-ups
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Composer Kram, Richard
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 2014
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Modern
Piece Style Modern
Instrumentation Electronic music samples (orchestra)

Misc. Comments

A comparison of various scoring packages and sample libraries suited for large orchestra composition in a cinematic/video based environment. Includes a comparison paper (in progress as are the sample comparisons). Wrote a very stereo-typed large orchestral score for the initial comparison.